OSC Spotlight – Dr. Kenneth P. Coffey

OSC Spotlight Deb Mason PT M.S.

Kenneth P. Coffey, M.D. is a board certified diagnostic radiologist with subspecialty training in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

Dr. Coffey has over thirty years of MRI Experience. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Radiology and a member of the Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society and the American Society of Neuroradiology. Dr. Coffey received his M.D. from the University of Oklahoma. He completed a four year residency in diagnostic radiology at the Baptist Medical Center of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City. He then spent ten years in practice before accepting a one year fellowship emphasizing MRI. He has been the MRI Medical Director of the Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Center since 1993.

Dr. Coffey continues his medical education by completing more than fifty hours of formal continuing medical education each year. He has achieved the American Medical Association Physicians Recognition Award for his efforts. A native of Ada, he now lives in Norman with his wife, Lisa.

When did you know you wanted to be a radiologist? Why?

Third year of medical school. I had a background in science, specifically chemistry, physics and mathematics and I am a visually oriented person.

What are you passionate about outside of work?

Spending time with the love of my life, my wife Lisa. Lisa and I enjoy travelling. Spending time with my son, who is an environmental engineer and more intelligent and a more talented tennis player than his father. I also enjoy tennis. I have played tennis competitively on teams and leagues since the age of 13 and was the state champion twice in high school.

What makes Spectrum Imaging (OSC MRI) so special?

The people. The staff and the patients. I have worked with Nancy (radiology technologist) for 23 years. Also, our MRI is state of the art and wide open on all four sides, which is very patient friendly.

What might your patients not know about you?

I love the symphony and I am a perfectionist.

If you were an animal, what kind would you be?

A Siamese cat.

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